The program is set up for about 20 students to participate in a three day class.


  • Understanding of why agriculture is one of the most dangerous industries
  • Training on methods that will be most effective
  • 19 continuing education credits (customized for your department and requirements)


The training will be conducted on location where machinery can be accessed, and includes one 4 hour period of lecture and discussion. There is an 8 hour period of extensive hands-on practical exercises and table-top exercises that simulate accident scenarios. A day of an area farm tour and hands on practical exercises involving real farm machinery is also part of the class.

Day One
17:00 ........ Registration/Sign-up
18:00 ........ Injury Prevention, Personal Safety & You

​19:00 ........ Trauma, Patient Assessment and

                    Clinical Decision Making

20:00 ........ Shock Management, Bleeding Control,

                    and Fracture Management

21:00 ........ ICS, Rescue Operations, Haz Mat

22:00 ........ Class dismissed

Day Three
08:00 ........ Stress Management
09:00 ........ Injury Prevention

10:00 ........ Operations

11:00 ........ Lunch (On your own)

12:00 ........ Breakout Session Rotation (50 min each)

                    1. Skid Loader Rollover

                    2. Peds Auger Entrapment Extrication

                    3. Flowing Grain

                    4. Sprayer

16:00 ........ Final Practical Exercise
17:00 ........ Final Written Exam

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Day Two
07:00 ........ Class set up
08:00 ........ Jeopardy Review Day 1
09:00 ........ Anhydrous Leak Powerpoint
10:00 ........ Compartment Syndrome/Compression Injuries
11:00 ........ Lunch (On your own)
12:00 ........ Breakout Session Rotation (50 min each)
                 1. Incident Command 1 & 2
                 2. Sand Box
                 3. Cribbing Lab & Rescue tools
                 4. Medical & Chemical 

16:00 ........ Travel to the farm
16:30 ........ Farm Tour
17:00 ........ Class Dismissed

The overall goal of this program is to improve rescue efficiency at a farm scene accident and thereby positively impact patient outcomes. Due to the nature of the industry, this program also provides useful training for chemical contamination and equipment related accidents. This includes accidents on golf courses, constructions sites, chemical storage locations. We also cover other hazards that may be found in urban areas or that involve chemicals and/or heavy rescue.

There are 19 continuing education credits available. These are set up on a class to class basis as some are customized for your department and requirements.


* We are able to bring some equipment with us, depending on your location and the available equipment you are able to obtain.

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